Red Lion Hotel Boise Downtowner
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... s restaurant in downtown Eagle. Great Italian food.
The sun is up til past 10 and it is up at 6 MST and being further north really makes for a long day. The weather has been HOT. It is unusually warm for this area so we have been getting blamed for packing the heat from Phoenix.
... to have to find and actually purchase necessities in grocery stores overseas. You never know what other treasures you might find while looking for toothpaste or deodorant.
Times-a-ticking for our takeoff. We've checked in for our flights- Boise to SanFran-->to Amsterdam-->Dublin. Music, movies, books, eye-covers, treats, and ear plugs are packed and at the ready.
The weather report is great for our destination at 10% chance of rain and ...
... table but it is rather uncomfortable so we move. We look at the dessert menu and make our choices then wait for our server. The poor guy goes through his whole speech and then we tell him we would only like dessert and coffee. He asks what we would like and we place our order – Heidi orders the Sea Turtle Sundae and I order an apple crumble with vanilla ice cream. While we are waiting for our desserts the server brings us some very good coffee ...
... several hours of waiting when the temp is now approaching 102 or 103, his name is called - now about 4 hours later. Out he goes to perform his skills.Passed with flying colors and only a little sweat. So now he has a real temporary (paper photocopy looking thing) motorcycle license and is informed the real one will come in the mail within 2 weeks. We had to leave so Ted has been driving Sparky on a half-baked paper motorcycle license until now.
Thursday, August 21
... We continued thru all the green hay fields into Idaho. We followed the Snake River, which is used to irrigate the fields. Potatoes and alfalfa were abundant. Very interesting to see desert like areas next to irrigated fields. We. Add our 600 mile day in 11 hours, even with all of our stops. Christy and Todd Gallup met us and took us to dinner. After a great meal, it was time for ...